Do I write a review about a "neighborhood secret" and lose the secret? Yes! It seems to be getting out, anyway, and this place is worth putting on a "regular list." The ambiance is very nice - it's in a small strip across from a park, but that's all left behind upon walking through the door. A pot of Moroccan spearmint tea is a good way to start, and the "standard" stuff like kabobs are there, but the tajine (hearty, savory stew, with plenty of warm pita to sop it up) is the main event, especially in winter. We actually do far more takeout than dine-in, and a tajine to go will more than satisfy. I go for the lamb shank, but it's one of the few places where I'd order chicken. Most of the menu is gluten-free on its own, so it doesn't require special preparation (just make that clear to avoid the pita). This is a meal to be savored: tajines take 20-30 min to make, so order a pot of tea, relax, and enjoy (or call it, pick it up, and enjoy). No alcohol is served, and the food does just fine on its own.
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